Brower, Tricky Rock operator chat seashore driving

DAYTONA BEACH — Volusia County Council Chair Jeff Brower and the proprietor of the Tough Rock Hotel each claimed a “frank” discussion on Thursday just after rising from an hour-extensive shut-door assembly about seaside driving and the poles that restrict it guiding the hotel.

But did they appear to any terms about seaside driving? Transient statements soon after the assembly did not point out any arrangement.

“We’re heading to go on to talk it was really, incredibly frank,” explained Brower, who pledged to make beach driving a priority following his November election win. “It was very amazing, quite friendly, but to the stage.”

Volusia County Council Chair Jeff Brower shakes hands with Hard Rock Hotel owner Abbas Abdulhussein of Asante Asset Management, in the lobby of the hotel on Thursday. The two participated in a closed-door meeting about beach driving that also included Volusia County Manager George Recktenwald and Daytona Beach CVB executive director Lori Campbell Baker.

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Pretty much the very same words had been utilised to explain the meeting by Abbas Abdulhussein, head of the corporation that owns the lodge, Asante Asset Administration LLC. The corporation was previously acknowledged as Summit Hospitality Administration Team.

“It was a good conference,” Abdulhussein explained. “We experienced a frank conversation and I hope we both of those perform with each other to make Volusia County much better.”